Hi Mike… can you solve this and explain please? Thanks!

ax + 5y = 8

12x + 15y = 10

In the given system of equations, a is a constant. If the system has no solutions, what is the value of a ?

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# In the given system of equations, a is a constant. If the system has no solutions, what is the value of a ?

# Hi Mike, can you explain how to solve SAT 8, Section 3, #6 as a “system of equations?” Thanks.

# Can you help me with Question #29 in Practice Test 3, Section 4?

# Test 7 Section 4 #33

# Could you help me on number 9 on page 70 please? I kept getting a 4.312 answer

# Could you help me number 10 on page 70 please? I kept getting 0 as the answer

# Could you help me on number 4 of page 69 please? I forgot how to set up the equation

# Help on number 5 on page 69 please

# What’s the fastest way to do test 5 #18 in the no calculator section?

# Test 3 Section 3 #9 please

# Can you explain number 9 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition?

# Can you explain number 7 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition? Thank you.

# Can you explain number 6 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition? Thank you

# Test 3 Section 3 #19

Hi Mike… can you solve this and explain please? Thanks!

ax + 5y = 8

12x + 15y = 10

In the given system of equations, a is a constant. If the system has no solutions, what is the value of a ?

Hi Mike, can you explain how to solve SAT 8, Section 3, #6 as a “system of equations?” Thanks.

Can you help me with Question #29 in Practice Test 3, Section 4? I found the answer by subtracting multiples of 9 from 122 to find one that was divisible by 5. Is there a better way?

Can you help with 33 in test 7 section 4?

Could you help me on number 9 on page 70 please? I kept getting a 4.312 answer

Could you help me number 10 on page 70 please? I kept getting 0 as the answer

Could you help me on number 4 of page 69 please? I forgot how to set up the equation

Help on number 5 on page 69 please

What’s the fastest way to do test 5 #18 in the no calculator section?

Test 3 Section 3 #9 please

Can you explain number 9 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition?

Can you explain number 7 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition? Thank you.

Can you explain number 6 on P. 72 of PWN the SAT 4th edition? Thank you

Test 3 Section 3 #19